Drain Unblocker Suction Pump  £2.49 @lidl
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Drain Unblocker Suction Pump £2.49 @lidl

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Found 18th Apr 2012
Unblocks drains using high pressure
Keep your pipes clean without the need for chemicals
3 year manufacturer’s warranty
in store !!

21 Comments

Says from 23rd April

This is very good , it has first few minutes of learning curve. don't be in rush to use force , it will splash on to your face. At first attempt use gentle force and see what's happening. After few trials it really works. But before you buy try this. One spoon of Baking soda and two spoons of Vinegar. Plenty of You tube videos on this. No need to buy expensive drain opening chemicals. I could not register it have to 3 year manufacturer’s warranty. Bought it for 5 quid from Amazon.

Original Poster

yep

Aka "a plunger"

MrWani

Aka "a plunger"



But with a bit more air force

I've used one of these before for personal reasons, highly recommended...

this deal SUCKS!

Looks much easier than using a plunger. might get one.

much better than a plunger, great product

Got one from Screwfix for the same price several weeks ago.

If you have not got a store nearby, or you do not want to leave the house, it can be delivered for £3.11 - £3.13 here. Heated this deal.

If you have not got a store nearby, or you do not want to leave the … If you have not got a store nearby, or you do not want to leave the house, it can be delivered for £3.11 - £3.13 here. Heated this deal.



This one appears to have a different end on it.

If your sink has an overflow then you've got to mess about trying to seal it with your hand whilst trying to pump this thing - otherwise you don't get the pressure to remove the blockage. Traditional plunger only needs one hand leaving the other to seal the overflow - this needs two hands to operate

Cant believe people are buying a similar product for £50 on ebay!
ebay.co.uk/itm…d8d

technomouse

If your sink has an overflow then you've got to mess about trying to seal … If your sink has an overflow then you've got to mess about trying to seal it with your hand whilst trying to pump this thing - otherwise you don't get the pressure to remove the blockage. Traditional plunger only needs one hand leaving the other to seal the overflow - this needs two hands to operate


Block the overflow with wet toilet paper, kitchen roll or tissues, works every time.

masai

Cant believe people are buying a similar product for £50 on … Cant believe people are buying a similar product for £50 on ebay!http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wastepipe-Drain-Blast-Un-Blocker-Drain-Sinks-Bath-Unblock-Pipe-ETC-New-/170758704525?pt=UK_DIY_Materials_Plumbing_MJ&hash=item27c2030d8d


Look at what they sold for.

I bought one of these from Lidl about a year ago and it literally fell apart in my hands, forget what was wrong with it but it was basically poorly made with a design flaw. From memory a pretty essential part was glued, rather than plastic moulded, on. Maybe they've changed the design but worth checking it in store.

Lidl gave me a refund no problems, though.

Riptide

Stop taking stoopid … Stop taking stoopid pillshttp://offer.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewBidsLogin&_trksid=p4340.l2564&rt=nc&item=170758704525



What did you aim that at me for? I know what they sold for! I was telling masai to look.

"Unblocks drains using high pressure " X) I got the 160mm sink plunger from Toolstation for £3.73, shifts loads of water & IMO much better than this idea.

technomouse

If your sink has an overflow then you've got to mess about trying to seal … If your sink has an overflow then you've got to mess about trying to seal it with your hand whilst trying to pump this thing - otherwise you don't get the pressure to remove the blockage. Traditional plunger only needs one hand leaving the other to seal the overflow - this needs two hands to operate



On the advice of someone on Amazon,when i bought mine last year i removed most of the water from the sink with a jug and used duct tape to cover the overflow.I'd already tried afew different chemicals and they just stayed in the sink but the drain unblocker took less than 5 minutes and water drains out of it faster now than it did when i moved in 11 years ago.
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